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Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Governor Pablo Borbon Campus 1, Rizal Avenue, Batangas City

Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Industry Academe Cooperative Education Program Office
Governor Pablo Borbon Campus II Alangilan Batangas City Tel. No. 300 4880, 300 4404 loc. 102

ON-THE-JOB TRAINING PLAN Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Trainee Level Specialization Training Schedule Duration : : : : : Christine Joy G. Dalisay Fifth Year Level Mechanical Engineering Monday-Thursday (8:00am - 5:00pm) Friday (8:00am-12:00n) 600 Hours (One Semester)

General Objectives: At the end of the training period, it is anticipated that 1. The trainees have applied in the host industry the academic theories and work values acquired from the academe, 2. The trainees have fully accomplished the requirements of their training program as instructed by the school and the cooperating industry, 3. The trainees have increased their knowledge in their field of specialization with the help of the cooperating industry, 4. The trainees were exposed to majority, if not all suggested training targets specified in the In-Plant Training Guide written below, 5. The trainees have acquired sufficient exposure to the actual work environment.

MAJOR SUBJECTS A. Machine Design II B. Power Plant Design C. Industrial Plant Design D. Engineering Management E. CAD/CAM

IN-PLANT TRAINING GUIDE Exposure to different machine components and uses. Exposure to components of a power plant such as boilers and turbines. Exposure to different industrial machine components and fabrication procedures. Exposure in the managerial skills on the industries. Exposure to engineering software used for simulation of different system components.

(IACEPO)

Industry Academe Cooperative Education Placement Office Telefax: (043) 300-4004 lo.c 102

Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Governor Pablo Borbon Campus 1, Rizal Avenue, Batangas City

Note: 1. In-Plant Training guide are broad areas of learning exposures that the cooperating industry may refer to. 2. The degree of exposure given to trainees depends on the discretion and judgment of the cooperating industry. The assurance that the trainee will gain the appropriate actual-work experience is what the University is concerned of. 3. Any other applicable training that the industry may offer is welcome and well appreciated.

Noted:

Engr. Rocel Gualberto Department Chair, ME Department

Engr. Suzette M. Mercado Coordinator, IACEPO-CEAFACS

Dr. Expedito V. Acorda Dean, CEAFACS

(IACEPO)

Industry Academe Cooperative Education Placement Office Telefax: (043) 300-4004 lo.c 102